Posted on June 26, 2008 by tbellsbooks
Stephenie Meyer has another winner in this number 4 of the Twilight series. Twilight tempted the imagination. New Moon made readers thirsty for more. Eclipse turned the saga into a worldwide phenomenon. And now, the book that everyone has been waiting for. Breaking Dawn, the final book in the #1 bestselling Twilight Saga, will take your breath away. Age Range: 12 and up. Book goes on sale August 2.
Be sure and get this terrific sequel to the Twilight series. B & N has a great online price. Click here.
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Posted on June 11, 2008 by tbellsbooks
Martin the Warrior is a wonderfully imaginative plot from best-selling author, Brian Jacques. The shadow of the great fortress, Marshank falls on the Eastern Sea. A stoat named Badrang holds dozens of creatures as slaves, part of his scheme to build an empire. Among the slaves is a mouse named Martin who has a warriors heart and a longing for freedom. There is no risk he won’t take, no battle he will not fight to end Badrang’s evil reign and reclaim the sword of his father, Luke the Warrior, that was stolen by the stoat.
Great fantasy story with strong characters. Fast moving, well plotted. Excellent addition for the Fantasy fans.
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Posted on June 10, 2008 by tbellsbooks
Aunt Etta, Aunt Coral and Aunt Myrtle need help caring for the mermaids. The selkies, too, and the other creatures who live on their hidden island. Of course, it can’t be grown ups. Grown ups can’t be trusted. What they need are children who can keep a secret. But how to get some, that’s the question. And what happens when the children arrive is even more amazing than the usual magic wonder.
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